, Song Joong-ki in an earlier interview said, “I felt really happy to be able to film together with Korea’s most beautiful actress.Everyone thinks it’s because of her outward appearance that she became famous, but after working together, I realized her inner heart and personality are also good.

Song Joong-ki recently told that even if he were in a relationship, he will make sure he keeps it under wraps.

“I have no plans to go public if I get into a relationship.

I will do my best to preserve the emotion for the person that I like, but I also want to keep it secret for that person,” said Song Joong-ki.

While this mini TV series gave a new lease of life to Korean show business, it also elevated the stardom of its lead actors Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo.

Today, The hashtag #Song Songcouple has been trending on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram ever since the military romance started airing on KBS2 in February.

Although the mini K-drama series ended in April, social media sites are rife with rumors that Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo are dating in secret.Actress Song Hye-kyo, however, confirmed that she is not dating Song Joong-ki.But scriptwriter Emma Freud went some way to putting those queries to bed this week when she live tweeted during husband - and the film's director - Richard Curtis' first cinema experience of the 2003 rom-com classic.Addressing the patchy plot lines, Emma, 53, confirmed that there was in fact a happy ending for Emma Thompson and Alan Rickman's characters, Karen and Harry, since the film had left fans guessing whether the married couple made a go of it.Viewers watched as Harry was tempted by his young secretary Mia, only to be caught out by his wife when she discovered that the indulgent gold locket he's purchased for Christmas is intended for someone else.Infidelity: During a live tweeting session, broadcaster Emma - the wife of the film's director Richard Curtis - also revealed that Harry had an 'affair' with his secretary Mia (pictured in the film) not just a 'flirtation' Midnight screening: Emma and husband Richard (right, the director of the film) caught the romcom at a midnight screening in New York this week, which had been the first time he'd seen it since they attended the November 2003 premiere (pictured) together And as script writer Emma, who worked with husband Richard 12 years ago on the British film, revealed behind the scenes secrets about the film, she was even prompted to clear up whether the infidelity had been a full blown 'affair' or a 'flirtation'.